- When sheeting light weight paper grades, the sheets have a tendency to jam at the stacker. Even though we direct air at the back of the pile, the problem still persists. Are there other ways to overcome this problem?
- On startup, when running two rolls of paper, I have difficulty with sheet hang backs in the first 6″ (150 mm) of the pile. I am not using a custom pallet. I am using standard skids. How can I overcome this situation?
- When I slit a web into two streams across, the cut sheets tend to interweave in the overlap section, As a result, the front edge of the sheets are damaged by the center jogger blade. What can I do to prevent this?
- I have an automatic pile lowering feature on my stacker. When the pile lowers, the sheets skew, causing an unevenly jogged stack. How can I improve pile quality?
- When sheeting light weight board, the sheets have a tendency to turn under at the edges entering the stacker. What can I do?
- When sheeting paper at higher speeds, the sheets roll over in the pile. To compensate, my operator reduces speed. Is there another way to solve this problem?
- In the stacker, we experience turned up edges on the sheets. What causes the sheets to fold this way?
- The sheet packet hits the stacker front stops too hard, damaging the leading edge of the sheet. Besides slowing down the sheeter, is there anything I can do?
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